UL 1703 Fire Code Compliance Database

The companies below have provided CALSEIA with proper documentation confirming they have passed the required testing for UL 1703 3rd Edition May 2014 fire classification. Their certificates of completion have been reviewed by CALSEIA, to the best of our ability. If a company has notified CALSEIA that they are in the process of undergoing 1703 testing, we have made note of that below. 

As a service to our members, CALSEIA has compiled the certificates of compliance for immediate, convenient download. Documentation from member companies can be accessed from links on product titles. Non-member companies appearing on this list have been validated by CALSEIA, to the best of our ability, but you will need to contact them directly to obtain their certificates of compliance. Contact information for non-member companies is available on their product link (in gray).

 

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Roof Mounted PV Systems

PLEASE READ: CALSEIA offers this listing as a service to installers and building officials. This list includes all racking systems that have provided proper certification documentation showing fire classification to UL 1703 May 2014. It is advisable that PV installers secure the latest fire classification documentation from their racking and PV module suppliers for inclusion in permit applications.

Please Note:

If your roof pitch is 2:12 or greater, you must use a steep slope racking system.  If your roof pitch is 2:12 or lower, you must use a low slope racking system.


Building Integrated PV Systems

NOTE: Building Integrated PV (BIPV) systems that have been listed to the UL 790 standard are approved for UL 1703 fire classification.


PV ModuleS  

PLEASE READ: CALSEIA offers this listing as a service to installers and building officials. This list includes PV Modules manufacturers that have provided proper certification documentation showing fire classification to UL 1703 May 2014. It is advisable that PV installers secure the latest fire classification documentation from their racking and PV module suppliers for inclusion in permit applications